Many local families hit Gunnedah South Public School on Friday evening for its bi-yearly fete.
Figures are still being added up on how much was raised for the school, with all proceeds going towards resources for students.
Kids enjoyed pillow fights, train rides, face painting, pony rides and much more, and Smiley the Koala and the SES' Paddy the Platypus made an appearance, too.
As well as this, there was a plant stall, cake stall, barbecue, and even a horizontal bungee.
Coordinator Rhonda Smith said the bungee was one of the most popular activities for the kids.
"The beauty corner, with face painting, hair feathers, hair sprays, nails and tattoos was very popular, too," Ms Smith said.
"It was nice to see Jules Bailey from 2MO being dunked on the dunking machine."